CategoryDream Walker

The Dreamwalker (1 AGAIN)


So, I have finally figured out who Lara is and because of this discovery, the story has had to change a little to accommodate her desires, and quirks. Here goes, again…     Lara looked at her reflection. Her attendant Jumoke had done a satisfactory job. Her otherwise wild hair trailed down her shoulders in tiny braids; each end was held by a wooden bead. She turned her head this...

Meet My Character Blog Tour


Sara saved me today cuz I had nooooo idea what I was gonna blog about (God works in mysterious ways). Anyway, she saved me by inviting me to join the ‘Meet My Character Blog Tour’ So here are the answers to the questions:   1. What is the name of your character? Is he/she fictional or a historic person? Lara; and she is a fictional character   2. When and where is the story...

The Dreamwalker (5)


By the time she got to her village, she was dragging her feet as well as her sword. Her sandals had worn away to nothing and she had rinsed the blood off her feet in the last stream she had happened upon. The village was an open village; it was almost impossible to tell where the boundary began and ended. She took the left turn off the road and unto a well-worn path and walked down the path. Her...

The Dreamwalker (4)


She knew before she opened her eyes that she was alone. Her back and neck felt stiff and sore, her legs a little numb and for no reason that she could fathom, she was wary. Lanle’s and Yume’s bags and possessions were gone but their donkey remained. It was odd that they would leave their donkey. She stood up and looked around and like a ghost, Dare slipped into view. “Did you see them leave?” He...

The Dreamwalker (2)


The tunnel was dark and dank and the smell resembled something akin to rotting fish. They didn’t speak but hurried along in a stride that was not quite a walk but not exactly a run either. Dare didn’t want to be surprised by a wall, or a body, or to take a wrong turn and he led the way. The Chief had not appreciated people walking into a room he was in, uninvited. So chances were the guards would...

The Dream Walker (1)


The chief had not requested her presence in over a year. The fact that he asked for her now, set her on edge. She had begun to find comfort and rhythm in the monotony of her days. She had not stepped foot in this section of the Kalu in months and was grateful that she was being led by the slave who had summoned her. Dare trailed her silently; she could feel him in the shadows. It was easy to...

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